Archive for the ‘policing’ Category

Police and Crime Commissioner coming to Queen Edith’s

by Amanda Taylor on 14 April, 2017

The Police & Crime Commissioner will be visiting the next South Area meeting with the neighbourhood policing team and giving a report. The police priorities for the coming season will be set. Also on the agenda are transport, grants and community facilities. The meeting is at St John the Evangelist Church on Hills Road on […]

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Women’s safety

by Amanda Taylor on 20 December, 2016

What do women want? I have received information from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner is working with Cambridgeshire Constabulary to create an event for International Women’s Day on 8th March 2017. The theme of the event will be around bringing communities together with a particular focus on community safety, designed around what women […]

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South Area meeting: Crime, fireworks and smoke

by Amanda Taylor on 30 September, 2016

The next South Area meeting is next Monday at St John’s Church, Hills Road. The agenda has three main items: CRIME: Local policing priority setting and reports on what the police have been doing over the last period FIREWORKS: Live entertainment events in Cambridge, eg Midsummer Fireworks SMOKE: Environmental activity, including tackling wandering smokers Policing […]

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Police report

by Amanda Taylor on 19 July, 2015

It was good to see our new PCSO Michaela Bright at the recent Queen Edith’s networking lunch. She talked about how she has been making contacts in the local community and went through this season’s police priorities, set at the last South Area meeting: To combat drug dealing; To combat ASB on Cambridge Lakes To […]

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Queen Edith’s, Cherry Hinton and Trumpington come together at the South Area meetings approximately once every two months. The next one is on Monday, February 2nd and will be in Queen Edith’s, at St John’s Church on Hills Road. Begin with the culture: We are promised an exhibition of a new community art project. Artist […]

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Thieves impersonate police: be on your guard.

by Amanda Taylor on 23 January, 2015

A young man in the north of the city had the highly unpleasant experience earlier this week of being robbed and held up by two criminals impersonating police officers. Cambridgeshire Constabulary have issued the following warning via eCops. POLICE have issued a warning to members of the public following an incident where two men have […]

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20mph survey results to be revealed

by Amanda Taylor on 22 January, 2015

The next South Area meeting is Monday 2nd February, at St John’s Church, Hills Road and will include the results of the 20mph speed limit consultation for the south of the city. There will also be a police report, an update on Section 106 projects and decisions on environmental services priorities. The agenda is due […]

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Latest policing report

by Amanda Taylor on 13 September, 2014

The local police report three assaults in the south of Cambridge over the past week, including one near Addenbrooke’s Hospital. There haven’t been any house burglaries or car break-ins in Queen Edith’s, but there have been cycle thefts near Addenbrooke’s, as well as in Hills Avenue and Hills Road. As cycle thefts have gone up […]

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Latest policing report

by Amanda Taylor on 17 June, 2014

The south Cambridge neighbourhood policing team reports two house break-ins in the past week, both in Queen Edith’s. One was in Hinton Avenue and one in Hills Road.  There has also been a burglary from Queen Edith’s Way. Cycle theft is a big problem and the numbers of stolen bikes in Queen Edith’s for the […]

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Next South Area meeting, 23rd June

by aldc on 14 June, 2014

The next South Area meeting is 23rd June, at the Cherry Hinton Village Centre. The meeting begins at 7pm with an Open Forum, at which anyone can make a brief statement or ask questions of councillors and officers. The first item of business will be to elect a new chair. At present, the chair is […]

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